[sin-graft, -grahft]

noun Surgery.

a tissue or organ transplanted from one member of a species to another, genetically identical member of the species, as a kidney transplanted from one identical twin to the other.

Origin of syngraft

Also called isograft, isoplastic graft, syn·ge·ne·ic graft [sin-juh-nee-ik] /ˌsɪn dʒəˈni ɪk/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

syngraft in Medicine




A graft of tissue that is obtained from a donor who is genetically identical to the recipient.isogeneic graft isogeneic homograft isograft isologous graft isoplastic graft syngeneic graft syngeneic homograft
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